June 9th, 2022.
Several additional limitations around both sides of the river are in effect to cater for the new path, which will result in road closures in Gateshead and Newcastle today evening (Thursday 9 June).
Gateshead, North Yorkshire (from 6 pm to 9.30 pm).Chainbridge Road, Newcastle A695, Tundry Way, and Bridge Street Bottle Bank (6 pm to 9.30 pm)
Between the intersections of City Road and Quayside, the B1600. Between its intersections with Milk Market and Sandhill Sandhill Close Forth Banks, Quayside travels north-west for 60 meters from its intersection with Skinnerburn Road.
Road to Monarchy.
Westbound Scotswood Road (between Plummer and William Armstrong Drives)
In both directions, from its intersection with William Armstrong Drive and Scotswood Bridge Whitehouse Road in a northerly direction for a distance of 40 meters.
A distance of 20 meters north of Skinnerburn Road, the Shot Factory Lane Water Street connects to Skinnerburn Road.
Drive William Armstrong.
The Road Closures Around the Race Course May Cause Some Congestion, However, They Are only In Place for A Short Period of Time. Although the Impacted Areas Will Be Marked, Drivers Are Encouraged to Avoid Them if At All Possible and To Plan for Additional Travel Time. Thank You for Your Understanding and Cooperation, Everyone, from The Event’s Organizers. A695 Scotswood Bridge and The Swing Bridge Will Be Closed as Well.
All the Road Closures Are Listed Here:
After a Two-Year Hiatus, the Blaydon Race Will Return to “gannin Along the Scotswood Road” on June 9, 2022. All of Those Registrations Will Be Rolled Over to The 2022 Race, as The 2020 Event Was Sold Out. All Fees for The Event Are Non-Refundable and Non-Transferable. the Results Base Website Allows Users to Make Name Changes until January 1, 2022.
While the Blaydon Event Is a Sponsored Walk, It Is a Legitimate Road Race Run in Accordance with Uk Athletics Standards. People Who Plan to Walk the Entire Distance Will Not Be Allowed to Enter. A T-Shirt, Beer, Chips, Sandwich, and Beverage Will Be Given to Everyone Who Completes the Race.
In 2022, the Race for Charity. Again, We’ll Be Contributing to Metro’s Cash for Kids Campaign.
Local Non-Profit Dedicated.
Cash for Kids Is a Local Non-Profit Dedicated to Helping Children Ages 0 to 18 Who Are Disabled, Impoverished, Ill, or Have Been the Victims of Abuse or Neglect.
All of The Charity’s Donations Are Raised Locally and Delivered Locally, to Individuals, Families, and Other Organizations Dedicated to Improving the Lives of Young People. Every Penny Donated Is Tracked so Donors Know Exactly Where Their Money Is Going and Who It Is Benefiting From.
Metro Radio Cash for Kids, on The Other Hand, Just Completed an Audit that Revealed a Far Larger Contribution, with At Least 90 Pennies of Every Pound Donated Going Directly to The Children We Sponsor. We’re Hoping to Help a Lot More Children in The Area This Year. Every Year, the North East Sees an Increase in The Number of Children in Need of Assistance. as A Result, the Cash for Kids Fundraising Goals Become More Aggressive.
Our Goal for Local Children’s Charities Is to Raise £2.5 Million This Year. We could not continue our life-changing work without the help of the general public, local companies, contributions, and grants from trusts. We can make a difference in the lives of local children with the help and support of The Blaydon Race.